COVID-19 vaccination points open at Boryspil and Kyiv airports: how they work and what they vaccinate with
Mass vaccination points have been opened at Boryspil and Kyiv airports. We explain in more detail where exactly and what they will vaccinate with.
The mass vaccination point started operating on August 9 and will vaccinate on the ground floor of Terminal D. Opening hours: daily from 9:00 to 15:00.
Vaccination will be carried out with CoronoVac and Pfizer for all willing Ukrainian citizens, as well as for persons with a permanent residence permit in Ukraine, a refugee certificate, and persons in need of additional protection.
Vaccination is free, without prior registration, in a live queue format. You must have a passport of a citizen of Ukraine or a copy, identification code, and mobile phone.
Those citizens of Ukraine who've not been vaccinated with any dose of the COVID-19 vaccine can receive vaccinations at Kyiv Airport. Vaccination is carried out with CoronaVac; after vaccination, a certificate 063-o is immediately issued identifying the first vaccination from the COVID-19 vaccination course.
Vaccination will take place in Terminal A in a live queue. Opening hours: approximately from 17:00 to 22:00.
You don't need to have a declaration with a family doctor. It's not necessary to undergo examinations, measure blood pressure, take PCR or antibody tests. You need to have a passport and identification code with you.